Growing Greater Philadelphia

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The Philadelphia region has been a manufacturing hub for more than a century. Today, it’s not only big companies that are producing products for the world. Start-ups are getting their companies ready thanks to a network of incubators.

Select Greater Philadelphia Council, have created Growing Greater Philadelphia, a television and digital program that highlights the Greater Philadelphia region’s business assets and success stories. This original program shines the spotlight on the exciting economic development and business growth stories happening across our 11-county community of Greater Philadelphia.

Learn about the manufacturing climate in Greater Philadelphia with Montgomery County’s K’Nex, Gloucester County’s Liscio’s Bakery, and Delaware County Community College’s Workforce Development program, among many others.

This program enhances Greater Philadelphia’s image and reputation as the place to establish and grow a business among regional, national, and international audiences by telling the stories of business successes from across the community.

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Green and Spiegel: COVID-19 Immigration Impact | Growing Greater

Season 3 Episode 02: COVID-19 Immigration Impact | Growing Greater As the global pandemic of COVID-19 continues to evolve each day, the problems that immigrants face increases as borders close, layoffs hit the workforce, and contaminate becomes the main focus for many countries. This week on "Growing Greater" we wanted to see how this state of affairs is affecting immigrants who are living and working in the United States. Jonathan Grode is the U.S. Practice Director at Green and Spiegel LLC, an immigration law firm with operations across North America with their U.S. headquarters right here Philadelphia. Jonathan talked with Matt Cabrey, Executive Director of Select Greater Philadelphia, a council of the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia about how we can go from containment to reconstruction.